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The exact moment gold was discovered is shrouded in mystery. The one thing we do know is that traces of gold have been found in caves dating back to 40,000 BC. Gold over the years has evolved greatly, once serving as a form of currency, and now acting as a great investment opportunity. Gold bullion is available in many forms such as coins, bars, rounds, and even jewelry. Learn more about what gold bullion is available at, right here.

Gold Coins

Among the most popular ways to invest in gold bullion is via gold coins. Coins have a high level of purity, feature unique designs, and are backed by a central bank or government. Among the most well-known coin programs available at are the following:

  • American Buffalo: This newer series from the US Mint was mandated via the Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005. This coin program marked the first time that the US Mint minted a coin program made with .9999 pure gold. These coins feature the popular James Earle Fraser designs used on the Buffalo Nickel.
  • American Eagle: First struck in 1986, the Gold American Eagle is the official gold bullion coin of the United States. These coins are also offered in proof and burnished strikes. These coins show the Lady Liberty design by Augustus Saint-Gaudens on the obverse. Miley Busiek’s family of eagles was seen on the reverse from 1986-2021 and was replaced by the eagle portrait of Jennie Norris.
  • Australian Kangaroo: This series from the Perth Mint started as the Australian Gold Nugget Series in 1989 before it was quickly rebranded to feature the kangaroo. Coins are issued annually in 5 unique weights ranging from 1 kilo to 1/10 oz.
  • Austrian Philharmonic: This coin program debuted in 1989 with the Musikverein pipe organ on the obverse and a collection of instruments on the reverse. The design has gone largely unchanged ever since. These coins are issued in 5 unique sizes ranging from 1 oz to 1/25 oz.
  • British Britannia: The Royal Mint is among the most well-known mints in the world, their most popular gold coin is the Gold British Britannia. This series debuted in 1987 and shows the reigning British monarch on the obverse with a depiction of Britannia (female personification of Great Britain on the reverse).
  • Canadian Maple Leaf: Among the most popular gold coin programs in the world is the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf. The series debuted in 1979 as the first competition to the South African Krugerrand. In 1982 they made history by being the first gold coin program to be made with .9999 pure gold. The series is named after its reverse design which features Walter Ott’s sugar maple leaf.
  • Chinese Panda: This series features new imagery of the panda on every release (except for 2001 and 2002). The series debuted in 1982 and has released new coins every year. The series made a big change in 2016 by transitioning from Troy oz weights to gram weights.
  • Mexican Libertad: This coin program debuted in 1981 and was released sporadically before becoming an annual coin program from the Mexican Mint. These coins are unique as they don’t have face value, but their gold content and purity are backed by Banco de México.

Gold Bars

Another popular way to invest in gold is by purchasing gold bars. There are many unique sizes and types of gold bars on the market and that are readily available at Gold bars are made from the Royal Mint, Royal Canadian Mint, Perth Mint, and almost every mint out there. In terms of uniqueness, there are a few Switzerland-based mints that stand apart for their innovative gold bars.

  • Argor-Heraeus: Founded in 1951, Argor-Heraeus is known for their Kinebars. These gold bars display the identifying marks of the bar on the obverse and have a unique embossing on the reverse thus creating a captivating visual.
  • PAMP Suisse: PAMP Suisse was among the first to feature unique designs on their gold bars. Their most popular series is their Fortuna series showing the Roman goddess of fortune on the obverse.
  • Valcambi: Valcambi is well known for their CombiBars. These large gold bars can be easily broken off into smaller pieces. For example, their 50 Gram Gold CombiBar is a 50 gram gold bar that can be broken off into 50 smaller pieces.

Gold Rounds

A gold round is in the shape of a gold coin but has no face value or backing from a central government or bank. Rounds are a great way to invest in gold as they’re available in larger numbers and are cheaper than coins in terms of their premium. Some popular gold rounds are the following:

  • The Holy Land Mint Gold Rounds: These gold rounds display the well-known Dove of Peace on the obverse. A dove is seen flying over the walls of Jerusalem with an olive branch in its mouth.
  • Crypto Commemorative: This series shows the logos of popular cryptocurrencies and is available in a 5 gram size.

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